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This program is intended to minimize the occurrence of animals on state property and in state buildings, where their presence or the animals themselves may cause health hazards or other concerns to employees and the public.

This is a template Blood-Borne Pathogens Program to be used by agencies and universities in the creation of an agency- or university-specific Blood-Borne Pathogens Program. This plan provides information on what is required in order to ensure compliance with the OSHA standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030.

The general intent of the chemical hygiene plan is to protect laboratory employees from health hazards associated with the use of hazardous chemicals in our laboratory and to assure that our laboratory employees are not exposed to substances in excess of the permissible exposure limits as defined by OSHA in 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z.

This policy outlines state processes in the event of a communicable disease or other serious public health threat designated a public health emergency.

This program provides direction to persons that are required to work in confined spaces as part of their job duties. It is also a means by which employees can be protected from the hazards associated with entry into permit-required confined spaces. Procedures must be developed by which employees enter such spaces.

This is a template Emergency Action Plan to assist agencies and universities in the creation of an agency- or university-specific emergency response plan. This plan provides procedural information for how to respond to a fire, natural disaster, bomb threat, active shooter, etc. 

This program establishes requirements and criteria for fall protection in compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.500 for all workers performing work in areas in which fall protection may be required.

This is a template Hazard Communication Program to be used by agencies and universities in the creation of an agency- or university-specific Hazard Communication Program.

This plan provides information on what is required in order to ensure compliance with the OSHA standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200.

This program should be used by those agencies/universities to evaluate noise exposures within their organization and training and personal protective equipment to the employee(s) affected by that exposure if engineering controls or administrative controls cannot be implemented.

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